These SmartWool liner socks are very durable and highly moisture wicking.
Why do you need to wear a liner sock underneath your regular hiking sock? Check out my Hiking Sock & Sock Liners information page.
I’ve got pairs in black and white, and I prefer the black because they look better after many seasons of wear… I pair them up (pun intended!) with my other SmartWool socks:
- SmartWool Light Hiking socks for day hikes
- SmartWool Medium Hiking socks for backpacking trips
- SmartWool Mountaineering socks for snowshoeing, winter hiking, and skiing, and snow camping
SmartWool Light Cushion Hiking Socks
|SmartWool Light Cushion Hiking Socks: I wear these Light Hiking Socks when I’m on dayhikes. This pair is women’s specific, so not as bulky as unisex SmartWool socks.|
SmartWool Medium Cushion Socks
|SmartWool Medium Cushion Socks: I wear these Women’s specific SmartWool Medium Cushion Hiking Socks when I’m backpacking.|
SmartWool Mountaineering Socks
|SmartWool Mountaineering Socks: For winter snowshoe trips, I always turn to my SmartWool Mountaineer Socks. They are highly cushioned, so really warm and comfortable. They come up to your calf, which is nice when you’re wearing mountaineering boots. Whenever I’m wearing my La Sportiva mountaineering boots, I’m wearing my Smart Wool Mountaineering socks too!|